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Slightly off-topic, this regards fake hate crimes

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Submitted by Anon. (Israel), Dec 22, 2016 at 17:49

http://abc7ny.com/news/judge-serial-swastika-artists-actions-like-putting-match-to-gasoline/1667071/

A man named Jasskirat Saini is believed by police to be behind no less than 110 different anti-Semitic drawings. Ten of those were on the campus.
Curiously, the police depict him as a bigot, but he also drew KKK and can hardly be in favor of white power, which is the default assumption in such cases. It is more likely that he is another social justice warrior, out to smear the right/conservatives/Trump-voters.

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